Chiara Chetty (u20499362)'s JME 200 Take Home Exam Presentation.

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Chiara Chetty (u20499362)’s JME 200 Take Home Exam Presentation..

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[Audio] When conducting research, it is easy to go to one source: Wikipedia. However, you need to include a variety of sources in your research. Consider the following sources: Who can I interview to get more information on the topic? Is the topic current and will it be relevant to my audience? What articles, blogs, and magazines may have something related to my topic? Is there a YouTube video on the topic? If so, what is it about? What images can I find related to the topic?.

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Lesson specific (refined) outcome(s):. By the end of this lesson, the learners should be able to integrate their opinions about a reading with the skill of writing an essay. By the end of this lesson, the learners should be able to write an introduction to an essay which introduces the two aspects about the reading that intrigued their curiosity. By the end of this lesson, the learners should be able to write a conclusion to an essay which underlines their perspectives on their two chosen points of curiosity surrounding the reading..

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Introductory phase of the lesson:. Link to existing knowledge by enquiring information from the learners regarding what they already know, in terms of writing an essay. The questions which were asked by the teacher included: What do you think an essay is? What are the different types of essays that you get? Why is it important to know how to write an essay? Who can tell me what an essay should have?.

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Exposition to the content and presentation of the lesson:.

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Application of the content, skills, knowledge and values learnt in this lesson:.

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Concluding phase of the lesson:. The teacher asks the learners for feedback concerning how they felt about the lesson and to establish the level of understanding surrounding essay writing. The learners’ level of understanding surrounding essay writing is determined by a brief recapping of the lesson..

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A brief teaching example on the essay writing lesson.

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[Audio] After consulting a variety of sources, you will need to narrow your topic. For example, the topic of internet safety is huge, but you could narrow that topic to include internet safety in regards to social media apps that teenagers are using heavily. A topic like that is more specific and will be relevant to your peers. Some questions to think about to help you narrow your topic: What topics of the research interest me the most? What topics of the research will interest my audience the most? What topics will the audience find more engaging? Shocking? Inspiring?.

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Lesson specific (refined) outcome(s):. By the end of this lesson, the learners should be able to identify the future tense from reading material. By the end of this lesson, the learners should be able to complete an activity, which requires them to apply their knowledge of future tense..

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Introductory phase of the lesson:. A link to what the learners already know ( existing knowledge) about the topic of the future tense is created by the teacher by asking the following questions: Can you tell me what the future tense is? What other sentence tenses are there? What does it mean when you use the future tense? What type of verbs do we use in the future tense?.

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Exposition to the content and presentation of the lesson:.

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Application of the content, skills, knowledge and values learnt in this lesson:.

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Concluding phase of the lesson:. The teacher asks the learners for feedback concerning how they felt about the lesson and to establish the level of understanding surrounding the future tense. The learners’ level of understanding surrounding the future tense is determined by a brief recapping of the lesson. In recapping the lesson, the following questions can be asked: What will the future tense of this verb (provide a specific verb) be? How would I be able to write this sentence (provide a sentence) in the future tense? This will allow the teacher to gauge what the learners have learnt..

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A brief teaching example on the future tense lesson.